google
Google Will Continue To Support Existing Huawei Phones

Yesterday, Reuters reported that Google will be suspending its business operations with Huawei. Read More >>

game of thrones
Those Wild Game Of Thrones Finale Spoilers Are Probably Legit

Earlier this month a massive Game of Thrones spoiler post was published online. It was essentially a laundry list of major plot points and deaths from the final three episodes. Read More >>

smartphones
This Pop-Up Phone Camera is Freaking Me Out

Last week, Oppo announced its new Reno phone range over two split events in China and Switzerland. Read More >>

cars
Prince Philip Gives Up Licence, Can Still Fang It On Royal Grounds

Last month the Duke of Edinburgh rolled his Land Rover after reportedly being "dazzled by the sun" at an intersection. There was backlash against the royal when it was discovered that he wasn't wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, which also involved another car. Read More >>

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LG Officially Announces Next Flagship Phone

We're still a few weeks away from Mobile World Congress, but the phone announcements are already starting. Read More >>

technology
This Steampunk Jetpack Looks Convincing Enough to Work

While work continues on real jetpacks, a world of artistic possibilities remains open to talented tinkerers. Take Patrick Laschette, who managed to take a bunch of disparate parts and combine them into this sweet-looking steampunk jetpack. Read More >>

technology
Project Invincible: McLaren’s Custom-Made, Sci-Fi Body Armour

OK, let's not get ahead of ourselves. McLaren won't be deploying an interplanetary squad of space marines to slay brain-guzzling bugs anytime soon. It does, however, have an interest in protecting its valued clients and when one of them asked the company to make some custom armour to protect their body post-surgery, it turns out McLaren was not only happy to entertain the idea, but actually do it. Read More >>

ai
Oh Great, There Are Robots That Self-Evolve Using The Internet

Portuguese scientists have built robots that aren't programmed to perform tasks in the normal sense. They use algorithms that allow them to evolve their own behaviours by learning online. Read More >>

usb-c
The Next Version Of USB Will Charge Faster And Transfer More Data

If you've been wondering when USB Type-C will take over the world, look around you — its slow and inexorable march is continuing. The latest update to the standard, USB 3.2, doubles the existing 10Gbps speed of USB 3.1, on the same cables. Read More >>

art
These Unreal Weapons Were Handcrafted Out Of Vintage Typewriters

From a purely technical standpoint, typewriters have long outlived their usefulness. Unless you plan on driving into a ravine and getting stuck in a cabin for weeks on end, with nothing to do but crank out the next great novel, a computer (or even a tablet) is the superior option. So, what to do with all the typewriters? Transform them into amazing works of art of course. Read More >>

environment
How Can Scientists Cool The Earth?

Ideas to combat climate change by hacking Earth's climate to make it cooler - "geoengineering" - have been around for decades. Read More >>

space
TIL: There Are Free-Floating Planets

Becoming untethered in space is somewhat of a nightmare for astronauts, but it can happen to planets too - when they are ejected from host stars. Read More >>

youtube
Time To Say Goodbye Forever To YouTube’s Video Editor

Google is more than happy to put its weaker and less-used services out to pasture. Come September, we'll have another casualty — YouTube's web-based video editor, which made its debut seven years ago. Read More >>

space
Scientists Just Grew Cucumbers In Space

Scientists have untangled the competing influences of water and gravity on plant roots - by growing cucumbers during spaceflight. Read More >>